Researcher

Biography

I am a Lecturer (Level B) at the School of Chemical Engineering at The University of New South Wales. My research direction is to explore artificial photosynthesis through the development of inexpensive and scalable nanomaterials and high throughput systems to tackle climate change (Carbon dioxide reduction) as well as to promote alternate fuels (hydrogen production).

My core competency lies in public speaking, project management and...view more

I am a Lecturer (Level B) at the School of Chemical Engineering at The University of New South Wales. My research direction is to explore artificial photosynthesis through the development of inexpensive and scalable nanomaterials and high throughput systems to tackle climate change (Carbon dioxide reduction) as well as to promote alternate fuels (hydrogen production).

My core competency lies in public speaking, project management and leadership as demonstrated in this profile. I take strong interest in strategy, planning, simulation and an analytic approach to problem solving.


My Grants

  • 2021: UNSW Faculty of Engineering Teaching Award ($15,000).
  • 2021: NSW Office of Chief Scientist and Engineer: NSW Power-to-X Feasibility Study ($50,000).
  • 2020: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Australia-Germany Hydrogen Value Chain Feasibility Study ($583,000).
  • 2020: ARC Training Centre for Global Hydrogen Economy, Chief Investigator for Theme 1 and 4 ($4.9 million).
  • 2020: Confidential Bank Contract Research: Feasibility of Renewable Hydrogen ($35,000).
  • 2020: CRC-P H2Store/DIIS: Chief Investigator, Review of the solar PV and hybrid energy storage system performance ($300,000)
  • 2020: CSIRO Research Grant: Techno-economic analysis of commercial H2 generation in Australia ($45,000).
  • 2020: UNSW Digital Futures Grid Institute Grant: Generation of Renewable-powered Synthetic Fuels from Waste Carbon Dioxide ($60,000).
  • 2019: UNSW Digital Futures Grid Institute Grant: Generating Renewable Hydrogen: Power to Gas Research ($120,000).
  • 2018: UNSW Faculty of Engineering Postdoctoral Writing Fellowship ($10,000).
  • 2018: Runner up, The UNSW Engineering Postgraduate Research Symposium ($500 in prize money).
  • 2018: Winner, Faculty of Engineering Three Minute Thesis ($2,500 in prize money).
  • 2017: Finalist, AMP Amplify Ignite ($2,000 in prize money).
  • 2017: FameLab State Finalist.
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Location

349 TETB, UNSW. Kensington 2052